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Thermal screening, isolation rooms — how govt plans to hold NEET, JEE Mains amid Covid risks

In the wake of Covid-19 risks, the National Testing Agency has issued detailed advisories for exam centre invigilators and candidates for the Joint Entrance Exam (JEE) Mains and the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET), set to be held next month, reports Kritika Sharma.

What we don’t know about the crisis in the Congress

The media portrays the Gandhi family as one unit, but the great unknown in the Congress crisis may well be the political relationship between mother, son and daughter, writes Shivam Vij.

I was constantly nudged to speak in English, my words manipulated, says AYUSH secretary

After a row over his purported remark on non-Hindi speaking people during an online conference, AYUSH Ministry Secretary Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha said the conference of AYUSH trainers was “gate-crashed by uninvited participants”, who were constantly “nudging” him to speak in English, reports Himani Chandna.

‘Singham’ Annamalai — the IPS officer, engineer & MBA who studied Islam to fight terror

Annamalai Kuppuswamy, a 2011-batch IPS officer of the Karnataka cadre, joined the BJP in Delhi this week. He says he’s a big fan of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP is the only party that inspires him, report Rohini Swamy and Neelam Pandey.

Unity is not conformity — India should know that as Prashant Bhushan is convicted for contempt

India is a criticism-surplus society, but one trip to China or Singapore will tell you why it’s much better than a robotic society, writes Makarand R. Paranjape.

Congratulations liberals, for another self-goal in forcing Bloomsbury on Delhi riots book

There were other options before liberals. But they have just emboldened Hindu fundamentalists to justify future calls for banning Wendy Doniger, Sheldon Pollock and Isabel Wilkerson, writes Rama Lakshmi.

Delhi’s The Big Chill celebrates 20 yrs and owes it all to a love story that began in Rwanda

Multiple outlets and a pandemic later, The Big Chill restaurant chain is as homey and familiar as ever, which is why it has survived, reports Samira Sood.

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